Seattle Lawyer for Herniated Disc Neck Injuries
Insurance companies waste little time in contacting you following an accident. If you are suffering from a herniated neck injury caused by negligence acts, do not speak to an adjuster. The severity of that type of injury requires the diagnoses of specialists. Medical care comes first to secure the treatment you need.
Providing an insurer any information or making any type of statement only undermines your case and makes injury claims more challenging. At the Dubin Law Group, our goal is to maximize your compensation.
Representing Clients Suffering Herniated Neck Injuries in Seattle
Herniated neck injuries occur when the disc is torn or strained when there is acceleration, deceleration, flexion and extension of the spine beyond the normal range of motion. The tear or strain results in bulging, slipped or herniated discs. Symptoms may include:
- Local pain in the neck
- Shooting pain in the shoulders and arms to the fingertips
- Electrical sensations
- Loss of functions
In addition to the physical pain, victims of herniated neck injuries also incur stress over their well-being and ability to function at home and at work. If you have been injured in an accident and are experiencing any of these symptoms, you should seek immediate medical care.
Speaking to an insurance adjuster and attempting to handle these claims on your own ignores the complexity of this type of injury and the legal steps necessary to secure damages, and can impair your ability to make a full recovery. The sooner you get help from Washington personal injury attorney Matt Dubin, the sooner he can begin building a strong herniated neck injury claim to maximize your compensation.
Contact a Seattle Lawyer for Herniated Disc Neck Injuries
To discuss your herniated disc injuries with a dedicated Seattle herniated neck injury lawyer, call 206-462-4428. You can also contact us online. We are available 24/7 to take your call. We also visit clients at home or in hospitals as needed.
We handle all personal injury cases on a contingent fee basis, meaning you will pay no attorney fees unless we recover compensation for you.